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        Prospecte aller Nürnbergischen Staedtlein, Markt-Flecken und Pfarr-Dörffer.

      Nbg., Selbstverlag, 1760. 21 x 33 cm. Mit 70 Kupfertafeln (inkl. gestoch. Titel) nach M.G. Lampferdtinger. HPergament mit hs. Titelschild. Müller, Nürnberger Kupferstich 61 - 64 (nennt nur 63 Tafeln); Thieme-Becker Bd. XXIX, S. 85. - Gesuchte Folge von Ansichten kleinerer Städte und Dörfer im Nürnberger Gebiet, heute z.T. auch Vororte der Stadt. Darunter: Alfeld, Altdorf, Bruck Eltersdorf, Eschenbach, Feucht, Fischbach, Fürth, Gräfenberg, Gustenfeld, Henfenfeld, Hersbruck, Hilpotstein, Krumbach, Kornburg, Lauf, Lichtenau, Mögeldorf, Pommelsbrunn, Poppenreuth, Reichenschwand, Rückersdorf, Tennenlohe, Veitsbronn, Velden, Walkersbrunn, Wöhrd u.v.a. - Der gestochene Titel mit einer schönen Gesamtansicht von Nürnberg. - Es fehlt ein typographisches Blatt (Drucktitel, Register, Widmung?). - Teils gering gebräunt, in den Rändern einige Blätter wasserrandig, durchgehend schöne, kräftige Drucke. - Vorsatz mit handschriftliche Widmung der Tochter von Ernst Penzoldt. - Einband berieben und die Kanten bestoßen. - Komplett sehr selten. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Franken, Geschichte

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Bierl]
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        The Compleat Confectioner

      A very rare early edition C1760. The title changed in 1770 to "The Complete Confectioner" when printed by J Cooke as referenced by Bitting. Original front and rear boards. Been sympathetically restored with new half calf spine with gold bands. Only missing page was the title page which has been replaced with a facsimile. New endpapers.Original facsimile of authors signature on page iv and on the first page of text. Cf Cagle p509.  No inscriptions, 304pp +16 contents to rear, light foxing in places and some small worm holes in the corners.  Considering the age of the book this is in very good condition.

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        A new general English dictionary; particularly calculated for the use and improvement of such as are unacquainted with the learned languages . The eleventh edition

      printed for Catherine and Richard Ware, London 1760 - 8vo, pp. [16] & unpaginated lexicon in double column; contemporary full calf, gilt fillets on otherwise unadorned spine; spine ends chipped, extremities rubbed, hinges cracked, a gathering or two extended; a good copy. Incorporating the names and descriptions of hundreds of English and Welsh towns, with their market-days, government, manufactures, distances from London, etc. It was partially due to this gazetteer-like entry that the work remained popular with the public. Alston V, 155 (the first of two issues). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB)]
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        JAGD. - Falknerei. "Der Reyher wird von den Falcken oben herab geschlagen". Zwei Falken stürzen sich von oben auf einen Reiher, einer der beiden Falkner zeigt einem der Falken Handschuh und Köder, denn nur der Fänger allein fängt die Beute.

      - Kupferstich von Martin Elias Ridinger nach Johann Elias Ridinger, um 1760, 29,5 x 24 cm. Thienemann 136. - Blatt X aus der Folge: "Jaeger und Falkoniers mit ihren Verrichtungen". - Mit Rändchen um die Einfassungslinie, alt aufgezogen, dort im Rand stärker gebräunt. - ". mit Recht geschätzte Sammlung" (Thienemann S. 34).

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        Les Indes Orientales, ou sont distinguà s les Empires et Royaumes qu'elles contiennent, tirà es du Neptune Oriental.

      - [Paris, De Vaugondy, c. 1760. Large engraved map (490 x 560 mm), coloured in outline, previously folded, as usual, with wide margins. Robert de Vaugondy, in collaboration with his son Gilles, was one of the most innovative mapmakers of the 18th century, striving for accuracy and finer detail with his Atlas Universel. In 1760, Robert de Vaugondy was appointed geographer to Louis XV. This map covers all of India, Southern Central Asia, Burma, Vietnam, Cambodia and Malaysia down to the Straits.

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        Kupferstich- Karte, n. G. de L'Isle b. Con. Tob. Lotter, "Afrika concinnata Secundum Observationes Menbror .".

      - mit altem Flächenkolorit, um 1760, 44 x 57 Mit fig. Kartusche und schönem Flächenkolorit.

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        Quattro Elegantissime Egloghe Rusticali

      Venice: Paolo Colombani, 1760. 4to (204 x 160 mm). 4 full-page engraved plates after Pietro Antonio Novelli (3) and Francesco Bartolozzi (1) by Antonio Baratti, title-page vignette, one head-piece and 5 tail-pieces, 5 ornamental initials. 19th-century quarter vellum, decorated paper boards. Some pale dampstaining to lower corners, generally crisp. Provenance: Philip Hofer; purchased from Andrew Robison, 1981. FIRST EDITION, of four eclogues on food and wine by various authors associated with the Accademia dei Granelleschi (as stated in the Introduction), including Daniele Farsetti, Tommaso Giuseppi Farsetti, Francesco Bracciolini, and Bernardino Baldi. The plates include one of the earliest works of Francesco Bartolozzi (1727-1815). The full-page illustrations face text that incorporates a large historiated initial marrying elements found in the opposite scene. For example, a beggar crushes garlic in a bowl, while the facing initial shows a garland of the same. Brunet IV:1005; Morazzoni 251; Moschini 122. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow.

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        DESCRIPTION DES PIERRES GRAVEES DU FEU BARON STOSCH DEDIEE A SON EMINENCE MONSEIGNEUR LE CARDINAL ALEXANDRE ALBANI.

      1760 - Florence, Andre Bonducci, pp (ix manuscript), (viii), xxxii, 596, (xxxi corrections), two engraved plates by I. A. Schweickart, later half calf, recently rebacked. With a 9 page manuscript copy of an essay by Winckelmann bound in before the printed text. Two versions were printed, one unillustrated and one deluxe edition with a portrait of Stosch and eleven of Schweickart's engravings of the gems. Several copies of the printed work can be found in institutions, some with, some and without engravings, but both rarely appear on the market (Brunet). Johan Joachim Winckelmann (1717-1768), born in Stendal, west of Berlin, murdered in Trieste; a key figure in the eighteenth century knowledge and interpretation of the history of classical art. Indeed Winckelmann was significant as the forerunner of modern art historians, recounting the art of past cultures not merely as a chronological series of events or artists' lives, but in terms of evolving styles. He was a great friend of the painter Anton Raphael Mengs (1728?Äì79), who painted his portrait, and with whom he enjoyed a flamboyant relationship and lived for a time in Rome. His writings influenced not only a new science of archaeology and art history but Western painting, sculpture, literature and even philosophy, and he was highly praised by Goethe and other writers and artists. Winckelmann's History of Ancient Art (1764) was one of the first books written in German to become a classic of European literature. Before Winckelmann's time archaeology did not exist even as a concept, let alone as a science. Greek and Roman antiquities were simply appropriated from ancient sites by the rich and powerful of Europe. Winckelmann spent several months touring the sites and collections in Naples and Herculaneum, as well as the temples at Paestum, and his stature as an archaeologist was rewarded in 1763 when he was appointed prefect of antiquities at the Vatican. Within a year or two his standing as a guide had become such that a conducted tour with Winckelmann formed the high point of many a sovereign's visit to Rome. Winckelmann's first detailed, scholarly book was published in Florence in 1760; his catalogue of the collection of gems assembled by Baron Stosch - one of the most important and representative groups at the time of antique engraved gems. The catalogue, "Description des Pierres Gravees du feu Baron de Stosch", dedicated to his patron Cardinal Albani, was published in the hope of finding a purchaser for the entire collection, and eventually the majority of this collection was purchased by Frederick the Great. Winckelmann set new standards for research into the history of antique precious stones: he described them precisely, organized them according to their style, and provided interpretations of the mythological motifs engraved on them. The anonymous manuscript "Nachrichten von dem beruhmten Stoschischen Museo in Florenz, an den Herrn Legationsrath von Hagedorn.", is a contemporary copy of one of a number of essays Winckelmann wrote for the "Bibliothek der Schonen Wissenschaften und der Freien Kunste", edited by Christian Felix Weisse, Leipzig, 1759. It was later published in "Johan Winckelmann's Samtliche Werke", volume 1, "Kleinere Auflage uber Gegenstande der Alten Kunst, 1756-59" edited by Joseph Eiselein, published Donauoschingen, 1825, p 274-283. In the Nachrichten he refers to his "Description." in progress and mentions the two gems,"die seltensten", illustrated in the book, as together encompassing "the entire system of Estruscans' art". The Tydeus gem and its more famous partner, the Stosch gem, or the "Five Heroes before Thebes", as Winckelmann called it, is the oldest extant work of Etruscan art, and a candidate for the oldest surviving masterpiece of all art. See "Winckelmann: Writings on Art." Selected and Edited by David Irwin, Phaidon 1972. "Winckelmann" by Wolfgang Leppmann, Alfred Knopf, 1970, etc. Watermark affecting the last few pages.

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        La venditrice di caffè

      Bassano: Remondini, 1760 - Incisione calcografica all'acquaforte e bulino di mm 320 x 259 alla battuta su carta vergatina settecentesca. Iscrizioni: subito sotto l'immagine : "Arabico niger exprimitur de semine potus: Gratus ubique latex, cui cedunt pocula Bacchi"; e subito sotto "El gusto mucho supera Del negro Arabo licor. Al de qualquiera que Bacco Offresca dorado umor"; infine nell'angolo in basso a sinistra :"Dominicus Majotto Pinxit". Alcune fioriture ma buon esemplare. Incisione che fa parte della serie "Capricci fiamminghi". Probabile secondo stato della stampa con l'aggiunta della traduzione spagnola, a testimonianza della vastità del mercato cui era rivolta. Nel volume dal titolo "Giovanni Volpato 1735 - 1803" a cura di Giorgio Marini si afferma in proposito: "La serie di incisioni , tratte da dipinti di Domenico Maggiotto, documenta la prima attività del Volpato svolta presso la Calcografia Remondini Le stampe favorirono una grande diffusione alle tele di Maggiotto, e ne testimoniano il favore riscontrato presso una vasta fascia del mercato collezionistico del tempo." 18mo secolo

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        Les Indes Orientales, ou sont distingués les Empires et Royaumes qu'elles contiennent, tirées du Neptune Oriental.

      

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        Jean and Madame de Ramponaux and their Coffee House.

      "Twee gravures van het in- en exterieur van het cafe van Madame Ramponeau te Parijs, met portretten van Jean Ramponaux en van Madame de Rampneau. Het interieur met zeer veel etende en drinkende personen. Het exterieur met groot doek met de tekst 'Le triomphe de monseur de Ramponeau' en veel volk. Uitgevers: Parvillee en Bulder, te Parijs [ca. 1760]. Het cafe 'Au tambour royal' werd in de jaren 1760 populair bij de lagere klassen vanwege de uiterst goedkope wijn die men schonk. Ramponeaux (1724-1802) was cabarettier van de La Courtille en o.m. uitvinder van een koffiefilter, maar zijn etablissement was berucht en trok een enorm publiek. Voltaire schrijft over hem en ook Fr.L. Kersteman in zijn autobiografie: Er waren soms wel 2000 à 3000 bezoekers die zich met drank en de grappen van Ramponeau vermaakten. De overheid liet de herberg door 100 gewapende soldaten bewaken. (EN) In 1760 the café of the cabaretier Ramponeau became very popular among the lower classes for its bad but extremely cheap wine. In fact it was at one point so popular that members of the higher classes also started to flock to the place. After a year a cancelled contract with the theater producer Gaudon, Ramponeau fell into oblivion as fast as he had risen to fame. In two separated plates are represented the interior and the exterior of the café; at the bottom in a circular frame the portraits of Ramponeau in one print and that of his wife on the other"."Etching on paper; total each ca. 220 x 340 mm."

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        Traité des Tulipes qui non seulement réunit tout ce qu'on avoit précédemment écrit de raisonnable, mais est augmenté de quantité de remarques nouvelles sur l'éducanion (sic) de cette belle fleur. Par l'auteur du Traité des Renoncules.

      

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        Delle misure d'ogni genere antiche, e moderne con note letterarie, e fisico-matematiche, a giovamento di qualunque architetto. Trattato [..].

      dalle Stampe di Giambatista Bossini, 1760. In-4° (cm. 26,8), solida legatura coeva in p. pergamena con titolo in oro su tassello al dorso e antica nota di possesso sbiadita al piatto (tracce d'usura), tagli spruzzati; pp. XXIV 208 in ottimo stato e fresche con 2 tavole ripiegate in fine f.t. e 1 bella antiporta in rame n.t. (Monti-Giampiccoli); sporadiche e lievissime fioriture, impercettibile gora al margine di qualche carta. Edizione originale di opera interessante. «Mentre i primi cinque capitoli presentano e confrontano, con un ampio corredo di note, varie unità di misura di età trascorse o proprie dell'epoca [..], l'ultimo è quasi una sintesi dell'idrodinamica allora nota, ed è in parte originale perché organizza deduttivamente la materia, presentando in modo sistemativo risultati e nozioni ottenuti separatamente da ricercatori che vanno da Galileo a Poleni» [DBI XXXI, 18]. Cfr. Riccardi 383. Ottimo esemplare.

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        Neueste Vorstellung und Beschreibung der, der [sic] Gesellschafft Iesu zugehoerigen Provinz Paraquay mit den angraenzenden Laendern...

      1760. Mappa del Paraguay e delle province istituite dai gesuiti intorno al 1732. Include una legenda per l'identificazione delle posizioni degli insediamenti spagnoli, dei neo-convertiti nativi americani, e degli indigeni non cristiani. La carta, come espressamente indicato nell'iscrizione del margine inferiore, a sinistra, deriva dalla mappa di Giovanni Petroschi (1715- 1766) stampata a Roma intorno al 1732, e che conobbe poi numerose traduzioni ed edizioni. Nel cartiglio sulla sinistra, la dedica a Francisco Retz (1673-1750), che fu Superiore della Compagnia di Gesù. Incisione su rame, finemente colorata a mano, restauri perfettamente eseguiti, visibili al verso, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. Map of Paraguay or the provinces settled by the Jesuits around 1732, first issued in Rome by Giovanni Petroschi (1715- 1766). Includes a key for identification of locations of the settlements of Spanish, newly-converted native Americans, and the non-Christian natives. Includes scale. The map is dedicated to Francisco Retz (1673-1750), Superior General of the Society of Jesus Between 1609 and 1780, the Roman Catholic Society of Jesus (the Jesuits) established an autonomous Christian Indian state on the territory of present-day Paraguay, Uruguay, and parts of Argentina and Brazil. After unsuccessful efforts to Christianize the warlike Guaycurú Indians of northeastern Paraguay, the Jesuits concentrated on organizing the Guaraní Indians into a series of reducciones (reductions or townships), in which a kind of communal living was practiced. The system of reductions was an attempt to correct earlier abuses, in which the Paraguayan Indians were transformed into virtual slaves who were compelled to work for the Spanish settlers. Copper engraving, hand coloured, perfectly executed restorations on verso, otherwise in good condition. Francoforte Frankfurt Dimensioni in mm. 536 X 680

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        Vue de Peking Capitale de la Chine, et de la Superbe Muraille qui la Separe de la Tartarie

      Paris, 1760. Scarce original color vue optique depicting a panorama of the ancient walled city of Beijing which at the time was the seat of the Qing Dynasty, with hills and the Great Wall in the distance and an egg shell blue sky above. The print was made around the time that the Summer Palace, an outstanding example of Chinese landscape garden design, was built. In the foreground is a small dwelling with a supplicating traveler at the door; in the middle ground a main thoroughfare with horses and travelers and small dwellings; and in the background the walled city with grand buildings visible, and the hills and the Great Wall in the far distance appearing between the peaks. The print was intended to be viewed in a device consisting of a lens and a mirror, to create an illusion of depth; an early three dimensional effect. Below the title: "A Paris chez Beauvais rue St. Jacques proche de celle des Mathurins" and "Anriques Sculp." 11 1/2 x 15 3/4". With "N. 100" written in a contemporary hand above the top margin. Couple short closed tears otherwise very good. OCLC: 691504827 lists only one library holding a copy. See National Library of France: Bibliotheque nationale de France, departement Estampes et photographie, LI-72 (8)-FOL.

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        Figures of the most Beautiful, Useful, and Uncommon Plants described in The Gardener's Dictionary, exhibited on three hundred copper plates, accurately engraven after drawings taken from Nature. With the characters of their flowers and seed-vessels, Drawn when they were in their greatest Perfection. To which are added, Their descriptions, and an Account of the Classes to which they belong, according to Ray's, Tournefort's, and Linnaeus's Method

      Printed for the Author, London 1760 - 2 vols. 1st edition, folio, in original full speckled calf with new spines and renewed endpapers, complete with 300 full-page hand-colored copper plates (2 folded). Title page to volume 1 mounted with a vertical crease mark. Author Philip Miller was the chief gardener at the Chelsea Physic Garden (one of the oldest Botanical Garden's in Britain), where engravings occurred under his supervision and drawings were taken from living plants at their greatest expression of flowering; these volumes are a glorious and impressive addition to any library and a high point for botany. ; Folio 13" - 23" tall; 200; [iv] pages [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: William Chrisant & Sons FABA, ABAA, ILAB]
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        [Manuscript Copy] Facillima Methodus Delineandi Omnes Humani Corporis. Nouveau Livre du Dessein Qui Continent XXV Figures Dessinee Par le Celebre Jean Baptista Piazzeta

      Full Vellum. Very Good. N.d., but late 18th century, after the publication of the original work in 1760, published in Venezia by Remondi. Large 8vo, 25 by 20 cm. 25 pen and ink pages of illustration. These begin with the elaborate pen and ink Baroque title page, with architectural decoration, followed by page showing drawings of hands, a second title with what we presume the one more fully original work by the copyist of seraphs holding up drapery with the title and a woman painter working before an easel, and other illustrative decoration (a broken sculpted head on the ground, etc.). Then 23 pages of pen and ink nude male studies, the figures very Michelangelo-esque in the musculature, and their overall sculptural quality. We would speculate that this copyist was in fact a woman, based on the second title illustration. This particular illustration is delightful, if the human figure itself doesn't have quite the polished execution of the copied material. Inked title on the vellum spine. The vellum is quite soiled. Otherwise, the paper within is of high quality and clean.

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        Memorie spettanti alla storia, al governo ed alla descrizione della città e campagna di Milano ne' secoli bassi [..]. [-Continuazione delle Memorie..].

      appresso Giambattista Bianchi, 1760. 12 volumi in-4° (cm. 25,3), solida legatura coeva in p. pergamena rigida con titolo in oro ai dorsi, tagli rossi; carte in ottimo stato, con 80 tavole illustrative in rame f.t. anche ripiegate (ritratto dell'autore, vedute della città, monumenti, oggetti d'arte e d'antichità, chiese, palazzi, eccetera), 2 grandi piante ripiegate f.t. al volume IX (topografica della città medievale e corografica dell'agro milanese) e molte illustrazioni in rame n.t.; qualche sporadica brunitura e segno d'uso, macchie a un paio di carte, due fogli di correzioni al tomo IX intercalati anziché in fine. Prima edizione della monumentale opera storiografica completa di tutte le tavole e dei tre volumi della Continuazione. «Ogni lato dell'intensa vita di una grande città per otto o nove secoli ha qui uno sviluppo narrativo secondo che l'ampiezza della cognizione storica lo richiede volta per volta, sì che più che una storia di Milano, abbiamo un De Rebus Mediolanensibus nel più ampio significato della parola» [Venturini, Storia di Milano]. Cfr. Predari 151; Hoepli 711; Lozzi 2634. Ottimo esemplare.

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        Hopfenernte.

      - Kupferstich v. F. Vivares n. George Smith, 1760, 36,5 x 48 Probedruck vor der Schrift!

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        Tagebuch der Bombardierung Dresdens durch Friedrich II, König von Preußen

      Ohne Verlag,wahrscheinlich Dresden, 1760 - 8 seitig Ausführliches Diarium von der Belagerung und Bombardierung der Königlichen REsidenzstadt Dresden von dem König in Preußen nebst einer Spezifikation derer Kirchen und Gaßen und Haußer, so durch die Bomben abgebranndt und ruiniret worden.Tagebuch beginnt mit Sonntag den 13.07.1760 bis 27.07.1760 sowie eine folgende Liste mit einem Verzeichnis der zerstörten Kirchen GAssen und Häusern. Zwei Bibliotheksstempel Bibliotheca PonickavianaPapier fleckig und gebräunt.Alles gut lesbar. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 550 Bibliothekseinband, gebundene Ausgabe

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        The Works of Dr Jonathan Swift, Dean of St Patrick's, Dublin

      C Bathurst, C. Hitch & L. Hawes, R and J. Dodsley, L. Davisand C. Reymers, J. ward, R Baldwin, S. Crowder and Co and W. Bowyer, London 1760 - The works, complete in 23 volumes. Published 1760 - 1768. A supplement was published in 1776, not present here. Volumes 1 - 17 are bound in plain cloth, with raised bands, with wear to the edges, and loss to most of the labels, the letters are bound in more elaborate gilt decorated calf, and are in much better condition. However a good set, complete, with all the boards present and attached, contemporary ownership inscriptions in vols 1 - 17. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Altes aus allen Theilen der Geschichte, oder Alte Urkunden, alte Briefe, und Nachrichten von alten Büchern, mit Anmerkungen. Erster Band, nebst dem nöthigen Register über die ersten Sechs Stücke und Zweyter Band, nebst den nöthigen Registern über die letztern Sechs Stücke.

      Stößek, Chemnitz, 1760-1766, - 12 Teile in 2 Bänden, OHPerg., 8°, 11 Bll., 793 (17) S., 4 Bll., 843 (19) S., Eigentümerstempel, alte Bibliothekskennzeichnungen, Einbände leicht berieben [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Everardi Ottonis ... ad Justiniani institutionum, sive elementorum libros IV. a Cujacio emendatos notae criticae et commentarius. Acc. Theophili paraphrasis institutionum interpretatio latina ex editione G. O. Reitzii ... cura Joh. Rudolphi Iselii..

      Basel, Thurneysen, 1760 Kl.4°, Titelblatt m kleinem Kupferstich, 9 Bl., 566 S., einge Holzschnitt-Vignetten, HLdr. der Zeit m Rückenschild, Min berieben, einige Bl. min. stocklfleckig - Everhard Otto (1685-1756) deutscher Jurist. - Iselin. Johann Rudolf (1705-1779) Basel. ref.. von Basel. Sohn des Hans Jakob. Ratsherrn und Seidenfabrikanten. und der Maria Elbs. Bruder des Johann Jakob ( -> 13). nes Louis. Tochter des Daniel. Ratsherrn. 1717-25 Rechtsstud. in Basel. 1726 Dr. iur. utr. Hier 1728 Vorsteher des Alumneums und 1734 Assessor der jurist. Fakultät. 1736 Ernennung zum Hofrat des Markgf. von Baden-Durlach. 1743-68 Redaktor der \"Basler Zeitung\" und einflussreicher Kommentator der Geschichte seiner Zeit. 1757 Berufung zum Prof. des röm. und öffentl. Rechts in Basel. 1759-76 Dekan der jurist. Fakultät. 1763-64 Rektor der Universität. Mitglied der Akademien der Wissenschaften zu Berlin. Cortona. Florenz. Nancy. Paris und Rom. 1734-36 Herausgeber der Chronik des Aegidius Tschudi. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Alte Drucke - nach 1550 Rechtswesen

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        AN EXTRACT FROM A TREATISE CALLED THE SPIRIT OF PRAYER; OR, THE SOUL RISING OUT OF THE VANITY OF TIME, INTO THE RICHES OF ETERNITY. DISCOVERING THE TRUE WAY OF TURNING TO GOD, AND OF FINDING THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN THE RICHES OF ETERNITY IN OUR SOULS

      Philadelphia: B. Franklin and D. Hall, 1760. First American Edition. Wraps. Philadelphia Pemberton" in old ink at the top and a faint red library stamp at the bottom of the title page which is detached and lightly frayed at the fore-edge; small blue ink number stamp at bottom margin of the first page of text; general toning to the paper. Overall Very Good. Octavo (4-3/4" x 8"), printed wraps apparently removed from another volume; [1-2], 3-47, [1] pages. Campbell 648; Evans 8633; Hildeburn 1681; Miller 731: "The inclusion of this piece in a 'Collection of Devotional Tracts' (1760) along with the treatises of William Dell and John Rutty suggests that its printing was commissioned by the Society of Friends in Philadelphia. The work was first published in London, 1750.

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        Manuscript Copy] Facillima Methodus Delineandi Omnes Humani Corporis. Nouveau Livre du Dessein Qui Continent XXV Figures Dessinee Par le Celebre Jean Baptista Piazzeta

      - N.d., but late 18th century, after the publication of the original work in 1760, published in Venezia by Remondi. Large 8vo, 25 by 20 cm. 25 pen and ink pages of illustration. These begin with the elaborate pen and ink Baroque title page, with architectural decoration, followed by page showing drawings of hands, a second title with what we presume the one more fully original work by the copyist of seraphs holding up drapery with the title and a woman painter working before an easel, and other illustrative decoration (a broken sculpted head on the ground, etc.). Then 23 pages of pen and ink nude male studies, the figures very Michelangelo-esque in the musculature, and their overall sculptural quality. We would speculate that this copyist was in fact a woman, based on the second title illustration. This particular illustration is delightful, if the human figure itself doesn't have quite the polished execution of the copied material. Inked title on the vellum spine. The vellum is quite soiled. Otherwise, the paper within is of high quality and clean.

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        The Isle of Man and coast of North West England].

      London 1760 - Copper engraving. Later colour. Size: 56 x 44 cm. Expert repairs to margin, two wormholes on upper margin. Very good condition. Chart of the coast of northwest England from the Mersey to the Solway Firth with adjacent coasts of Scotland and Wales, Isle of Man at upper centre. Compass point at centre shows north to the right of map. Soundings rhumb lines, ships at sea.Two inset coastal silhouettes at lower left. The Great Britain Coasting Pilot was the result of the first systematic survey of British coastal waters. It took eight years to complete, and was used by the Royal Navy for navigating British waters for many years. The charts are notable for both their accuracy and their charm.Captain Greenvile Collins was an outstanding naval officer who became 'Hydrographer to the King' before the Coasting Pilot was published. Tooley, Dictionary of Maps and Map Makers p.125; Moreland & Bannister, Antique Maps p.163

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        AN EXTRACT FROM A TREATISE CALLED THE SPIRIT OF PRAYER; OR, THE SOUL RISING OUT OF THE VANITY OF TIME, INTO THE RICHES OF ETERNITY. DISCOVERING THE TRUE WAY OF TURNING TO GOD, AND OF FINDING THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN THE RICHES OF ETERNITY IN OUR SOULS

      B. Franklin and D. Hall, Philadelphia 1760 - Octavo (4-3/4" x 8"), printed wraps apparently removed from another volume; [1-2], 3-47, [1] pages. Campbell 648; Evans 8633; Hildeburn 1681; Miller 731: "The inclusion of this piece in a 'Collection of Devotional Tracts' (1760) along with the treatises of William Dell and John Rutty suggests that its printing was commissioned by the Society of Friends in Philadelphia. The work was first published in London, 1750." "Philadelphia Pemberton" in old ink at the top and a faint red library stamp at the bottom of the title page which is detached and lightly frayed at the fore-edge; small blue ink number stamp at bottom margin of the first page of text; general toning to the paper. Overall Very Good [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Traité d’Optique sur la gradation de la Lumiere: Ouvrage posthume de M. Bouguer, de l’Acaémie Royale des Sciences, &c. Et publié par M. l’Abbé de la Caille, de la même Académie, &c.

      H.L. Guerin & L.F. Delatour, 1760., Paris: - 4to. xviii, [2], 368 pp. Engraved printer’s device on title-page, 7 engraved folding plates. Contemporary full mottled calf, raised bands, gilt-stamped spine panels and spine title; a few minor cover scars. Fine. FIRST EDITION. Bouguer, a brilliant French mathematician, astronomer and geophysicist, a child prodigy trained by his father, made some of the earliest recorded measurements in photometry. This is his final (and posthumous) work by the "father of photometry." In 1729 he had published Essai d'optique sur la gradation de la lumière, the object of which was to define the quantity of light lost by passing through a given extent of the atmosphere, and he became the first known discoverer of what is now more commonly known as the Beer-Lambert law. Bouguer found the light of the sun to be 300 times more intense than that of the moon, and thus made some of the earliest measurements in photometry. "Just before he died, Bouguer completed a much larger book [this one] on photometry, the Traité d’optique sur la gradation de la lumiere. The Traité goes far beyond the Essai [d’optique sur la gradation de la lumière, (1729)], describing a number of ingenious kinds of photometers, including a method of goniophotometry, and even attempting an elaborate theory of the reflection of light from rough surfaces, although this was not successful. The third and last part of the book, however, gives a valid elementary theory of the horizontal visual range through an obscuring atmosphere, arriving at a law, usually credited to H. Koschmieder, considered to belong to the twentieth century. It is fair to consider Pierre Bouguer not only the inventor of the photometer but also the founder of an important branch of atmospheric optics." [DSB]. Bouguer’s father was Jean Bouguer, a well-known hydrographer who authored a seminal treatise on navigation. Upon his father’s death, Pierre—at age 15—succeeded the elder Bouguer as royal professor of hydrography. Pierre also wrote on hydrography. Provenance: From the Alan deHaas collection [no markings]. DSB Vol. II, pp. 343-44; Graesse I, 510; Norman 286; Wolf II, 167ff. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        DISSERTAZIONE del Sig. Inglese tradotta in italiano.

      Gardi,, Ferrara, 1760 - in-8, pp. 212, bella leg. m. perg. coeva con tass. al d. Front. a due colori con vignetta inc. in rame raff. Ercole e il Leone. L'occhietto precisa meglio del front. il tema dell'opera: "Della forza dell'immaginazione delle donne gravide sopra il feto". Da pag.173 al fine è contenuto un "Ragionamento del Dott. Ignazio Vari". Prima ediz. [003]

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        A New Chart of the River St Laurence, from the Island of Anticosti To the Falls of Richelieu: With all the islands, rocks, shoals, and soundings, also particular directions for navigating the river with safety. Taken by Order of Charles Saunders, Esqr. Vice-Admiral of the Blue and Commander in Chief of His Majesty's Ships in the Expedition against Quebec in 1759. This chart was drawn from particular surveys of the following places; and published for the use of British navigators, by command of the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty Charles Saunder, Pall Mall, May 1st., 1760.

      Published by Command of The Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty,, London, 1760 - First state of Cook's seminal map of the St Laurence River Engraved chart in 12 sheets, dissected and laid on linen. Modern marbled paper slipcase, embossed red morocco title label. First state of Cook's seminal map of the St Laurence River Captain Cook's famous chart. The rare first state of the most important published chart for the river and Gulf of St Lawrence of the eighteenth century. This remarkable chart, over seven feet long, was so accurate that it "became the standard guide not only for the navy but for all seamen using the great waterway" (Beaglehole). In preparation for an amphibious attack on Quebec, during the French and Indian War, the British initially relied on captured French charts but, in view of the treacherous nature of stretches of the river, and lack of first-hand knowledge of the river, assembled a distinguished team of military surveyors, notably Samuel Holland, Joseph Frederick Wallet des Barres and, later to eclipse them all, the young James Cook. Although the impetus for this chart is credited to Charles Saunders, commander of the fleet at Quebec, much of the work was carried out under the auspices of Vice-Admiral Philip Durell, himself a distinguished hydrographer, who was entrusted with the task of keeping British shipping and supplies moving up- and down-river, for which ever more accurate charts were required. The survey materials were taken back to England by Admiral Saunders and given to the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, who passed them to Thomas Jefferys, mapmaker to the British government, for publication. Saunders presented examples to the King and the Prince of Wales in May 1760. Cook's extensive and accurate work on this chart secured him a posting to survey the coasts of Newfoundland, which brought his name to the fore when the Admiralty was looking for a highly qualified naval officer to command a scientific voyage to the Pacific. Cook was sent to America in 1757, at the beginning of the Seven Years War. he was then just a master on HMS Pembroke. He took part in the capture of Louisbourg, where he learnt surveying and chartmaking from Samuel Holland. His chart of the St Laurence River was one of his earliest efforts. The St Laurence River was a key Cook's cartographic skill gained him notice amongst his superiors, and his commander Admiral Sir Charles Saunders arranged for them to be published in England. Following the fall of Louisbourg the British wintered in Halifax but in May 1759 set off up the St. Lawrence River to capture the main French stronghold of Quebec. Cook's ship assisted with the ferrying of troops and the charting of the St.Lawrence River in preparation for the assault on Quebec. The town fell to the British in September 1759 after an assault by the army of General Wolfe. "On June 17, 1755, ranked as an able-bodied seaman, Cook reported for naval service at Wapping, part of the dock lands of East London, on the River Thames. During the Seven Years' War between England and France, Cook served on several ships, including the HMS Eagle under Sir Hugh Palliser (1722–1796), who became another keen supporter of the seaman and his talents. He gave Cook opportunities for special instruction in navigation and charting; Cook was promoted to full master rank within two years. In the St. Lawrence River in Canada in the winter and early spring of 1758–1759, he undertook with others a detailed navigational survey that was critical in the successful September landing of the British troops under General James Wolfe that defeated the French at Quebec City. The resulting chart, "A New Chart of the River St. Laurence: From the Island of Anticosti to the Falls of Richelieu: With All the Islands, Rocks, Shoals, and Soundings, also Particular Directions for Navigating the River with Safety; Taken by the Order of Charles Saunders, Esqr. Vice-Admiral of the Blue, and Commander in Chief of His Majesty's Ships in the Expedition against Quebec in 1759," published in London in 1760 in tw [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Traité du hêtre et de son aménagement comparé a celui du chêne et des arbres résineux, ouvrage dans lequel on présente des vues sur l'économie générale du sol forestier de la France.Toulouse, J.M. Douladoure; (back of half-title: Paris, Madame Huzard), 1824. 12mo. Slightly later dark green half sheepskin.

      Bradley IV, p. 493; WorldCat (3 copies?). Very rare first edition of a treatise on the beech tree ( Fagus sylvatica ) by the French administrator and forester Étienne-François Dralet (1760-1844). It deals in particular with the beech in France, starting with its physical appearance (leaves, flowers, wood, etc.) and habitat. The second part deals mainly with the economic value of the tree, its wood and its beechnuts. It also includes an introduction to the management of a beech forest, with a chapter on beech forests in the north of France and another on forests in the south or up in the mountains. In 1801 Dralet was appointed as "curator" of the waters and forests of Toulouse, where he tried to restore to the state the forests that had fallen into private hands during the Revolution.First and last few pages browned and a water stain in the lower outer corner of the last 6 pages. Otherwise in very good condition.

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        Archaeologische Hefte, oder Abbildungen zur Erläuterung des classischen Alterthums, aus alten zum Theil noch unbekannten Denkmählern, für Studirende und Kunstfreunde. 1. Teil.

      24,5 x 20,5 cm. 4 gest., bzw. radierte, gezählte Taf. (I-V), dav. 1 koloriert u. 1 ausfaltb. Doppeltaf. (IV-V), 4 Bll. Marmorierter Kartoneinband, Papierüberzug schadhaft, Tafeln gut erhalten. Mit e. handschriftlichen u. e. gestempelten Besitzvermerk am vorderen fliegenden Vorsatzblatt avers (A. Wilbrandt. Dr. Heimeran ? ). Vgl. ADB 3,205ff. - einziges erschienenes Heft der Reihe welches der bekannte u. auch umstrittene Weimarer Philologe u. Pädagoge B. (1760-1835) als Beilage zur ebenfalls eingestellten Schriftenreihe ?Archaeologisches Museum? herauszugeben beabsichtigte. Zum Schweizer Maler und Autor, Heinrich M. (1760-1732), gen. ?Goethe-Meyer?, der die Tafeln gestaltete, vgl. Thieme-B. 24,476f. Aus der Bibliothek des Schriftstellers u. Verlegers Ernst Heimeran (1902-1955).

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        FRANKEN. - Roth, Christoph Melchior und Matthäus. Prospecte aller Nürnbergischen Staedtlein, Markt-Flecken und Pfarr-Dörffer.

      Nbg., Selbstverlag 1760 - 21 x 33 cm. Mit 70 Kupfertafeln (inkl. gestoch. Titel) nach M.G. Lampferdtinger. HPergament mit hs. Titelschild. Müller, Nürnberger Kupferstich 61 - 64 (nennt nur 63 Tafeln); Thieme-Becker Bd. XXIX, S. 85. - Gesuchte Folge von Ansichten kleinerer Städte und Dörfer im Nürnberger Gebiet, heute z.T. auch Vororte der Stadt. Darunter: Alfeld, Altdorf, Bruck Eltersdorf, Eschenbach, Feucht, Fischbach, Fürth, Gräfenberg, Gustenfeld, Henfenfeld, Hersbruck, Hilpotstein, Krumbach, Kornburg, Lauf, Lichtenau, Mögeldorf, Pommelsbrunn, Poppenreuth, Reichenschwand, Rückersdorf, Tennenlohe, Veitsbronn, Velden, Walkersbrunn, Wöhrd u.v.a. - Der gestochene Titel mit einer schönen Gesamtansicht von Nürnberg. - Es fehlt ein typographisches Blatt (Drucktitel, Register, Widmung?). - Teils gering gebräunt, in den Rändern einige Blätter wasserrandig, durchgehend schöne, kräftige Drucke. - Vorsatz mit handschriftliche Widmung der Tochter von Ernst Penzoldt. - Einband berieben und die Kanten bestoßen. - Komplett sehr selten.

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        CURIOUS OBSERVATIONS

      London, R. Withy, 1760. upon the manners, customs, usages, different languages, government, mythology, chronology, geography, ceremonies, religion, mechanics, astronomy, medicine, physics, natural history, commerce, arts, and sciences, of the several nations of Asia, Africa, and America, plus much on China. Two volumes, complete set, translated from the French, FOURTH EDITION, 2 Volumes complete,1760. 8vo, approximately 205 x 125 mm, 8 x 5 inches, pages: Volume 1, [1], iv, [1]-411; Volume 2, [2], [1]-404 plus 16 pages of Contents, full contemporary calf, gilt ruled border to covers, rebacked to style, gilt rules and volume numbers, gilt lettered morocco labels. Covers scuffed and worn, with loss to leather surface, scorners worn with board showing at tips, shelf wear to edges, pale browning to edges of title pages, heavy browning at edges pastedowns and endpapers, very occasional light foxing, contents otherwise clean, 1 very short closed edge tear. A very good copy. 84 brief chapters describe a great variety of topics with much about China, India, and North and South America. Including a chapter on the 'island' of California; on the languages of various native tribes of America; on Egypt; 1 on Ethiopia; on porcelain making in China; the Tibetans etc. The work was first published in Paris in 1749 and the first English translation by John Dunn was issued in 1750. Sabin 38729 (first edition) and 38730: "A somewhat scarce and very interesting privately printed book, relating to the aboriginal inhabitants of America". ESTC T211087 only 2 locations for this edition. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        CURIOUS OBSERVATIONS,

      London R. Withy 1760 - upon the manners, customs, usages, different languages, government, mythology, chronology, geography, ceremonies, religion, mechanics, astronomy, medicine, physics, natural history, commerce, arts, and sciences, of the several nations of Asia, Africa, and America, plus much on China. Two volumes, complete set, translated from the French, FOURTH EDITION, 2 Volumes complete,1760. 8vo, approximately 205 x 125 mm, 8 x 5 inches, pages: Volume 1, [1], iv, [1]-411; Volume 2, [2], [1]-404 plus 16 pages of Contents, full contemporary calf, gilt ruled border to covers, rebacked to style, gilt rules and volume numbers, gilt lettered morocco labels. Covers scuffed and worn, with loss to leather surface, scorners worn with board showing at tips, shelf wear to edges, pale browning to edges of title pages, heavy browning at edges pastedowns and endpapers, very occasional light foxing, contents otherwise clean, 1 very short closed edge tear. A very good copy. 84 brief chapters describe a great variety of topics with much about China, India, and North and South America. Including a chapter on the 'island' of California; on the languages of various native tribes of America; on Egypt; 1 on Ethiopia; on porcelain making in China; the Tibetans etc. The work was first published in Paris in 1749 and the first English translation by John Dunn was issued in 1750. Sabin 38729 (first edition) and 38730: "A somewhat scarce and very interesting privately printed book, relating to the aboriginal inhabitants of America". ESTC T211087 only 2 locations for this edition. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        TRAITÉ DES TULIPES qui non-seulement réunit tout ce qu'on avoit précédemment écrit de raisonnable, mais est augmenté de quantité de remarques nouvelles sur l'éducation de cette belle fleur. Par l'auteur du "Traité des renoncules". [relié avec] NOUVEAU TRAITÉ DES OEILLETS, ou l'on explique la meilleure méthode de la cultiver

      - Avignon, L. Chambeau, 1760; [Cambrey, Berthoud, 1769]. 2 textes reliés en 1 vol. in-12: 9 x 15.5 cm, 252 pp., [2] ff. d'explications des planches, 2 pl. grav. dépliantes (manque la première, la tulipe panachée), 101 pp. de texte du "Traité des œillets", [1] p. de notes manuscrites, [1] p. de tables. Édition originale du Traité des Tulipes (Bibliothèque historique de la France, 1768, p. 204, no. 3498). Édition originale du Nouveau traité des œillets, écrit anonyme publié à Cambrey (Arthur Dinaux, Bibliographie cambrésienne, 1822, p. 63, no. 134). La page de titre n'a pas été reliée avec le texte. Vignette gravée du Libraire Louis Chambeau sur la page de titre du Traité des Tulipes et seulement une planche gravée par Duflos représentant tulipes et oignons. Reliure en demi-basane à petits coins. Dos lisse avec pièce de titre de cuir orangé. Plats marbrés. Provenance: Bibliothèque de la famille Rivier; Ex-libris "Ph. Rivier". Excepté la planche manquante, qui a été arrachée (prix en conséquence), l'ouvrage est en excellent état. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Catalogue de Livres d'Estampes et des Figures en Taille douce. Avec un dénombrement des pieces qui y sont contenuës. Fait à Paris en l'annee 1666

      Woodcut vignette on title. 167 (i.e. 157), [15] pp. 8vo, fine red morocco of about 1760, triple gilt fillets round sides, tiny gilt stars at each corner, flat spine richly gilt "á la grotesque," green morocco lettering piece on spine, blue paper endpapers, a.e.g. Paris: F. Leonard, 1666. First edition of the catalogue of the first of two print collections formed by Marolles (1600-81), abbot of Villeloin and man of letters. He began acquiring prints in 1626 and by 1644, his collecting activities governed his life. At that time there was little competition, and Marolles bought several important collections en bloc, including those of Delorme, Maugis, Kerver, Petau, La Reynie, and others. His first collection amounted to 123,400 separate prints by more than 6000 print makers, mounted in 400 large volumes and 141 smaller ones. It was acquired in the name of the King by Colbert in 1667 for 28,000 livres. This was the largest and finest collection ever formed up to that time and is today the foundation of the Bibliothèque Nationale's Department of Prints. Marolles assembled "the first print collection on the grand scale…[and]…was among the first of the private collectors in history to sacrifice his life and fortune to his passion. He may truly be called the 'Father of Print Collecting'…by the very scope of his activity, and his interest in separating his many thousands of pieces of paper into artist schools, Marolles lifted the printed picture from a by-path of typography to being one of the major prizes of the born collector."-Taylor, The Taste of Angels: A History of Art Collecting. Fine copy, handsomely bound. Stamp on title of the Abbey of St. Germain de Près. Cipher "HDD" on title (Lugt 739). This is the stamp of Pierre Defer (1798-1870), expert to King Louis Philippe, and his nephew Henri Dumesnil (1823-98), who inherited Defer's collection. Defer formed an important private collection of prints and drawings in the first half of the 19th century. He devoted much of his life to the study of prints and drawings and is best remembered for his unfinished Catalogue général des Ventes Publiques de Tableaux et d'estampes. ❧ Besterman, Old Art Books, pp. 71-72. Brunet, III, 1443-"Ce deux petits catalogues ne sont communs ni l'un ni l'autre." Lugt, Marques, pp. 339-40-"L'abbé Michel de Marolles est un des plus remarquables amateurs d'estampes de l'histoire. La richesses de son cabinet était fabuleuse.".

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        Traité du hêtre et de son aménagement comparé a celui du chêne et des arbres résineux, ouvrage dans lequel on présente des vues sur l'économie générale du sol forestier de la France.Toulouse, J.M. Douladoure; (back of half-title: Paris, Madame Huzard), 1824. 12mo. Slightly later dark green half sheepskin.

      Bradley IV, p. 493; WorldCat (3 copies?). Very rare first edition of a treatise on the beech tree (Fagus sylvatica) by the French administrator and forester Étienne-François Dralet (1760-1844). It deals in particular with the beech in France, starting with its physical appearance (leaves, flowers, wood, etc.) and habitat. The second part deals mainly with the economic value of the tree, its wood and its beechnuts. It also includes an introduction to the management of a beech forest, with a chapter on beech forests in the north of France and another on forests in the south or up in the mountains. In 1801 Dralet was appointed as "curator" of the waters and forests of Toulouse, where he tried to restore to the state the forests that had fallen into private hands during the Revolution.First and last few pages browned and a water stain in the lower outer corner of the last 6 pages. Otherwise in very good condition.

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        Traité d

      Paris: H.L. Guerin & L.F. Delatour, 1760. Paris:: H.L. Guerin & L.F. Delatour, 1760.. 4to. xviii, [2], 368 pp. Engraved printer

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        Ad lectiones probatiores diligenter emendatus et interpunctione nova saepius illustratus. Editio quarta.

      in aedibus academicis excudebant Robertus et Andreas Foulis, Glasguae [Glasgow] 1760 - 4to, pp. [ii], xii, 307, [1]. Contemporary French red morocco, boards bordered with a triple gilt rule, spine divided by gilt rolls, orange morocco label, other compartments with central acorn tools and corner sprays all gilt, marbled endpapers, edges gilt. Corners a little worn (one more chipped) and several touched up with red dye, joints a touch rubbed and head of spine just slightly worn. Armorial bookplate with slogan 'Pro Republica' (Nicholson of Balrath, County Meath) above booklabel with the initials 'WRHJ' (i.e. Wynne Rice Hugh Jeudwine). The luxurious 'large-paper' quarto imposition - using the same setting of text as the octavo, and therefore capaciously-margined - of the fourth Foulis edition of Horace, following on from the 1744 'Immaculate' edition and reprints of 1750 and 1756 (the latter a medal-winning printing). The process of rearranging the frames has not gone entirely smoothly, with pages 20 (C2v) and 24 (C4v) swapped. This copy appears to have bounced around the British Isles and nearby points in Europe somewhat, having been bound in France not long after its printing in Scotland, and later belonging to collections in Ireland and England. Gaskell 383; ESTC T46249. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Karte von der Westlichen Küste von Africa, von dem XII Grade Norderbreite bis in den XI Grade Süderbreite nebst denen benachbahrten Eylanden. Aus der Französischen Karte vom Abendländischen Meere. Auf Befehl des Grafen von Maurepas 1748 herausgegeben. Nach Barbots, Schmid, des Marchais und anderer besonderen Anmerkungen vermehret, und nach Astronomischen Anmerckungen eingerichtet .Handgezeichnete, kolorierte Landkarte der westafrikanischen Küste von Sierra Leone bis Angola (Golf von Guinea).

      Um 1760. - Abbildungsformat ca. 18x23 cm, Blattgröße ca. 23,5x33,5 cm. Landkarte der westafrikanischen Küste von Sierra Leone, am Golf von Guinea vorbei bis in den Süden von Angola. Zahlreiche Ortsbeschreibungen. Mit einer hübscher Titelkartusche. Eventuell aus einem deutschen Vorlagenwerk zur Erstellung eines eigenständigen Atlanten. Am rechten Rand handschriftliche Numerierung. Am linken Rand an Trägerkarton montiert. Map of the West African coast from Sierra Leona to the South of Angola. Numerous location descriptions. With a nice title cartouche. Possibly from a German original of an atlas. On the right margin handwritten numbering.

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        Plann der Position bey Dippoldiswalde, unter Comando Sr. Excell. des Herrn Generaln Feldt- Zeugmeister Baron von Wied, samt ver-Schantzung und verhauung derselben'.

      - aquarellierte Tuschefederzeichnung, um 1760, 41 x 55,5 Manuskriptkarte! - Zeigt mittig Dippoldiswalde mit Plan und Karte der Umgebung mit Einzeichnungen von Truppenstellungen. - Oben links Titel. - Perpekter Zustand.

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        [Spitzenbildchen] - S. Rosalia.

      o.O., -, o. J. [um 1760?]. Orig. Gouache-Aquarellzeichnung. ca. 13,6 x 8,6 cm [Blatt]. Altkoloriertes Spitzenbildchen des späten 18. bzw. frühen 19. Jahrhunderts. - Zwei kl. Fehlstellen, kl. Einrisse an oberen Kante, angestaubt, etw. wellig, Gbrsp., priv. Widm. a. Rückseite. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Andachtsbilder; Heiligenbildchen; Religiöse Graphik

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        Veduta delle Piazze Biava e Grande in parte.

      Vicenza, 1760 - Incisione in rame all'acquaforte, 360x610. Piacevole veduta disegnata ed incisa dall'artista vicentino, che raffigura a sinistra Casa Navarchi, la Chiesa dei Padri Serviti, Palazzo Nievo, a destra il Palazzo del Podest?, La Torre e il palladiano Palazzo della ragione. La veduta fa parte della celebre serie di tredici (compresa il panorama generale) stampe che l'autore eseguÏ di propria invenzione. Dall'Acqua (1734-1787) iniziÚ la carriera presso i Remondini di Bassano, proseguendola poi da Wagner Zatta a Venezia; fu incisore di riproduzione assai ricercato dagli editori veneti. Cornice ornamentale con uccelli, putti e motivi fitomorfi. Titolo entro cartiglio ornamentale con all'interno sei rimandi numerati. Bell'esemplare con restauri a strappi marginali che interessano in qualche punto la cornice ed il titolo. Qualche leggerissima traccia di umidit? e di sporco superficiale ai margini.Vicenza citt? bellissima, 111. vedutistica.

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        1760 1st ed Comedies of Aristophanes Ancient Greek & Latin Theatre Philosophy

      Lugduni Batavorum : Apud Samuelem et Joannem Luchtmans, academiae typographos., MDCCLX [1760]. First edition. - 1760 1st ed Comedies of Aristophanes Ancient Greek & Latin Theatre Philosophy “Youth ages, immaturity is outgrown, ignorance can be educated, and drunkenness sobered, but stupid lasts forever.” Aristophanes Aristophanes was an ancient Athenian Greek playwright, remembered for his comedy plays and examples of drama known as Old Comedy. Writing during the 4th-century BC, Aristophanes was lesser-known than other Greek philosophers such as Plato and Aristotle. Aristophanes’ plays were written for festivals in Athens and the Theatre of Dionysus. This 18th-century edition was printed in parallel Greek and Latin format and translated by Stephan Bergler, a Saxon scholar and Greek translator. Item number: #935 Price: $ 599 ARISTOPHANES Aristophanis Comoediae undecim, Graece et Latine : ad fidem optimorum codicum mss. emendatae cum nova octo comoediarum interpretatione Latina, & notis ad singulas ineditis Stephani Bergleri nec non Caroli Andreae Dukeri ad quatuor priores. Lugduni Batavorum : Apud Samuelem et Joannem Luchtmans, academiae typographos., MDCCLX [1760]. First edition. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: 2 volumes in 1 o Paginated consecutively [(4), 34, 567; (4), 569-1259] • Binding: Vellum; tight and secure • References: Brunet, I, 453 • Language: Greek / Latin (parallel) • Size: ~10.5in X 8.5in (26.5cm x 22cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 935 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Tears of Music. A Poem, to the Memory of Mr. Handel. With an Ode to the River Eden .

      Printed for R. Griffiths ., London 1760 - First edition: a scarce, early work by Langhorne (1735-1779), written from Hackthorn, Lincolnshire (where he served as a tutor) and dedicated to the Honourable Mrs Lane, 'a great Lover and Patroness of Music'.'The Tears of Music may be considered as the genuine and animated wailings of Poetry, who deplores her Sister's loss, in Handel, very melodiously through the quill of a favourite Devoté to these tuneful Powers. Indeed, Mr. Langhorne appears, from these small specimens, to possess an exact ear, and a delicate taste for these fine arts . We are regaled with as delightful a concert as can be without actual instruments and voices. The pauses and cadences' (Monthly Review).The 'Ode to the River Eden' which accompanies the main poem Langhorne describes as on a subject 'merely personal'. Aubin quotes from it and describes it as 'an early example of a "youthful recollections" poem' (Topographical Poetry, p. 231). 4to (238 × 195 mm) in half-sheets, pp. 23, [1]; complete with half-title; title and final blank page rather dust-soiled; recent wrappers. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Memoires, sur la Nature Sensible et Irritable, des Parties du Corps Animal�.

      Marc-Michel Bousquet (part 1); Sigismond d�Arnay (parts 2, 3, 4), 1756-1760., Lausanne: - Four volumes in two. 12mo. x, 399; [vi], 500; [ii], 512, [4], xxiv, 232 pp. Engraved frontis., titles printed in red and black, small title vignettes, tailpieces, 2 engraved folding plate (Vols. I facing p. 432; III facing p.322); couple of small marginal tears, tiny puncture affecting several leaves in Vol. II. Old tan boards re-backed with brown library cloth, original calf corners; corner calf a remnant, extremities showing, joints starting. Very good. Bookplates of Columbia University. Very good. Rare. FIRST EDITION IN FRENCH, translated by Samuel Auguste Tissot. Swiss scientist Albrecht von Haller, one of the greatest and most influential medical-biologists of the 18th century, has been called the �father of experimental physiology.� He notably �distinguished between nerve impulse (sensibility) and muscular contraction (irritability).� � Garrison and Morton 587. Contents: [vol. I] Expos� analytique des r�sultats des exp�riences �; Sur les parties irritables lu� 6. de mai 1752; Sur les parties irritables � Expos� synth�tique des faits �; Sur l�insensibilit� �; Sur l�insens. De la dure m�re; Exp. Qui servent � la digression sur le mouvement du cerveau analogue � la respiration; Exp. Sur �insens.; Sur le sentiment de la substance m�dullaire du cerveau; Sur l�insensibilit� des grandes membranes; Sur la sentiment des visc�res; Liaison de la sensibilit� � l�irritabilit�; Du mouvement de l�iris; Sur l�irritabilit� des vaisseaux du corps anim�; Sur la v�sicule du fiel; Sur la vessie & l�uret�re; Sur l�ut�rus; Sur l�estomac & l��sophage; Sur les intestins; Sur le mouvement du C�ur; Exp�riences qui ne r�ussirent point; Exp. qui ne prouvent rien [vol. II] Exp�riences de M. Zinn; Exp�riences de M. Zimmermann; Exp�riences de M. George Christian Oeder; Exp. de Mr. Castell; Exp. de M. Walstorf; Exp. de M. Heuermann; M�moire de M. Muhlmann sur les suites de blessures des tendons & du p�rioste; Premi�re Lettre du R.P. Urbain; M�moire de M. Broklesby; Lettre de M. Cesareo Pozzi. Exp. de M. Graziani sur l�insensibilit� des tendons; Troisi�me lettre du P. Tossetti � M. Valdambrini; Pr�face du P.J. Vincent Petrini au recueil de Rome; Exp. de M. Berdot �; Lettres de M. Housset; Quatri�me lettre du P. Tosetti; [vol. III] Lettre de Mr. Antoine Caldani � [to] Haller; Dissertation Epistolaire de Mr. L�Abb� Felice Fontana; Remarques sur l�insensibilit� de quelques parties �tablie par la pratique, par Mr. Bordenave; Troisi�me Section � de Mr. Jean Fran�ois Cigna; Lettre de Mr. J.B. Verna � a Mr. Haller; Exp�riences de Mr. Achille Mieg; Quatre Observations sur l�insensibilit� des tendons, par Tissot; Sur l�insensibilit� et l�irritabilit� de Mr. Haller, Seconde lettre de Mr. Marc. Antoine Caldani; Lettre de Mr. Jean Bianchi; Lettre de M. J. Baptiste Moretti, a m. de Haller. [vol. IV] Exp�riences nouvelles sur diff�rents animaux vivans; R�ponse g�n�rale aux objections qu�on a faites contre I �insensibilit� de plusieurs parties du corps anim�; R�ponse � la Critique de M. Whytt; R�ponse a la lettre de Mr. Lamure. � �Francis Glisson (1672) introduced the idea of irritability in the second half of the 17th century, but it was mainly in the 18th century that it found such extraordinary success in the medical sciences, particularly thanks to Albrecht von Haller, who made it the central explanatory concept of his physiology (Haller, 1751, 1756-60). The idea of irritability indicates a property that permits the different parts of the living body to react independently from the conscious mind, the central nervous system, and the whole of the organism. Vital forces, notably the capacity to respond to stimulation, are, so to speak, �decentered,� even to the point that they become the characteristic property of the structural element of the body, the elementary fiber. Living, flexibl [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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